Exhibitions Archive

From wrestling to reptile blood you are sure to discover something new in our archive. Take a look and be inspired to develop your photography and enter one of our future competitions.

International Print Exhibition

Being selected for the IPE is a great achievement and offers valuable exposure to photographers just starting out in their careers as well as supporting professionals, introducing their work to an international audience.

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Members Biennial

Showcasing members’ work online and in print the Members’ Biennial Exhibition represents the incredible talent and diverse interests of the RPS membership. The 2017 Members’ Biennial is now open for entries.

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International Images for Science

Packed with intriguing and awe inspiring imagery, the International Images for Science Exhibition showcases the vast range of applications of photography within modern-day science.

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RPS Light Works Exhibition

Light Works was an outdoor exhibition organised by The Royal Photographic Society to celebrate the International Year of Light 2015. The exhibition was shown in London, Belfast and Edinburgh and at other venues throughout 2015.

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Photobook

The RPS exhibition is the first Open International Photobook exhibition organised in the UK.

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International Images for Screen

Recognised by the Photographic Society of America (PSA), this digital exhibition celebrated photography and image work from across the globe and successful entrants could count their acceptances for the purpose of PSA stars and honours. The exhibition was discontinued in 2014.

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Celebrate a Summer of Sport

The RPS celebrated the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with an international online photography competition - Celebrate a Summer of Sport, which was awarded the London 2012 'Inspire Mark'. Split into two stages, Sport for All and Spirit of the Games ran between Apr-Sept 2012 to encourage people worldwide to record all aspects of sport and play in their countries and communities.

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Bleeding London

An exhibition inspired by Geoff Nicholson’s Whitbread short-listed novel, Bleeding London, in which the main character walks every street in the capital. Over the past year, hundreds of Londoners and visitors have followed in his footsteps, walking the 58,000 streets of London and photographing them all.

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